Deadly device found at Jewish Outreach Institute in Manhattan


By Melvyn Kohn
March 15, 2011
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Paul Golin, an associate director of the Jewish Outreach Institute in Manhattan, has found the enemy and it is in his office: the chair. He suspected the device, and his fears have been found to be true. Research analysts at the University of Queensland published findings that excess sitting 'inflates your spare tire, lowers levels of beneficial HDL cholesterol and raises levels of inflammation and blood fats.'
So now he is standing at his desk.
Bye-bye chair.
I'd blog more, but now that I know mine enemy, I gotta get out and run...
and maybe learn to blog from a mobile.
But stay tuned, and keep standing.

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Melvyn Kohn

Tue, 03/15/2011 - 15:37

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P.S. Can I really run, blog and chew gum all at the same time?


PaulGolin

Thu, 03/17/2011 - 15:29

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Hi Melvyn, thanks for the blog entry but perhaps people would like a link to the article you're referencing:
here

Also, I have to say, when we received notification of your headline through Google alerts, we were taken by surprise and a bit disturbed. I'm glad you were just making a pun.


Melvyn Kohn

Fri, 03/18/2011 - 14:12

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Sorry to disturb you Paul, just my sense of humour, a bit of a Purim joke...
I hope they did not send the NYPD terrorist alert squad in on this one...

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